Rooting out corruption

Testimony of George P. Kent, United States Deputy Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs, before the U.S. House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence on November 13, 2019:

You can’t promote principled anti-corruption action without pissing off corrupt people.

Now let’s mull that over with a cup of hot tea with sugar.

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A new dawn for America?

Thursday, December 19, 2019 | Phoenix, Arizona

Now that President Donald J. Trump has been impeached (yesterday), can the people of the United States begin to repair the damage wrought by him as I prayed last week?

I’m trying to be an optimist. I see a balancing act between this president and the American people. Donald Trump has fallen from grace. The American people are rising in a nascent recovery.

Of course, President Trump can wreak havoc over the next thirteen months. He ran for office on the premise of becoming the Disrupter-in-Chief, and he has kept his campaign promise.

Nevertheless, he can’t cease to be impeached. The U.S. Senate can render a verdict of not guilty in his trial, but he can never be exonerated in the sense of being declared innocent. (More of this to follow.)

I’ve had a stubborn cold and been drinking hot tea with lemon juice. It’s not quite tea with sugar, but I feel less tense since the House of Representatives adopted the articles of impeachment.


Prickly Pears: to eat or not to eat?

The wild prickly pear cactus has sharp spines, so you wear garden gloves. But, it’s no fault of this plant that the spines break off on touch. My gloves didn’t even help. The spines pierced the thick gloves and embedded themselves in my skin.

So much for wanting to eat the fruit fresh from the front yard. It’s free for the taking.

Peccaries (javelinas) thrive on the fruit. It has nutrition but especially water. Water is hard to find in the desert homes of peccaries.

As for myself, I have plenty of drinking water and vitamin C. I can pick fresh oranges for the same value. Orange trees do have thorns to deter predators like me, but they don’t break off.

So, am I likely to pick some more prickly pears? Yes, but not tomorrow.

Once shy, twice stupid.

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